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Managing the Overflow of E-mails
Only effective e-mail management, together with records management and policies for employees on how to manage their e-mails, will help organizations deal with

formal correspondence example  60 percent have no formal policy governing its retention. Organizations need to rethink their strategies on e-mail management: currently, 31 percent of all organizations keep e-mails indefinitely, and preserve 26 percent of e-mails for less than 120 days, or establish a maximum storage on people's inboxes to limit the retention. The problem with this approach is that inadequate restrictions or improper methods can eventually harm the organization itself. For example, internal e-mails regarding lunch

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